Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Warfield Theater on 2004-12-18
- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
December 18, 2004
San Francisco, CA
THIS SOUNDBOARD IS **FREE** THANKS TO PHIL & FRIENDS (WWW.PHILLESH.NET)
1) ~+Just Another Whistle Stop>
3) +^*%@Peggy-o (3rd vocal Jackie)
4) ~+^*&Lonesome Valley (no Steve)
5) ~40 Days>
6) +No More Do I (no Chris)>
7) +^%It Hurts Me Too (Chris on harp)>
8) +Casey Jones
1) ~*&This Wheel's On Fire>
2) +%Black Peter (no Chris)>
3) ~%Wiser Time>
4) +^Dark Star (v1)>
5) ~+^%@Rosemary (no SM, JM)
7) +^*Death Don't Have No Mercy (* from balcony, no Chris)>
1) ~*%Eclipse> Terrapin Jam>
2) +Lady With A Fan> +Terrapin Station (no Chris)>
3) +All Along The Watchtower>
4) +^*%China Doll>
5) +^%I Know You Rider
6) Donor Rap/Band Intros
7) E: Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad (all)>
8) &Knockin' On Heavens Door (all)
~1st time played
The band is
Phil Lesh (bass, vocals)
John Molo (drums)
Jimmy Herring (electric guitar, @acoustic guitar)
Chris Robinson (vocals, &acoustic guitar)
Barry Sless (guitar, %pedal steel)
Steve Molitz (keyboards)
*Gloria Jones (vocals), Jackie LaBranch (vocals)
+Tim Carbone (violin)
^John Skehan (mandolin)
CDs mastered by Wizard
CD covers can be found at www.phillesh.net
Big thanks to all the mirror sites
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|Just Another Whistle Stop>|
|No More Do I >|
|It Hurts Me Too >|
|This Wheel's On Fire>|
|Dark Star (v1)>|
|Death Don't Have No Mercy >|
|Eclipse> Terrapin Jam>|
|Lady With A Fan> +Terrapin Station >|
|All Along The Watchtower>|
|I Know You Rider|
|Donor Rap/Band Intros|
|E: Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad (all)>|
|Knockin' On Heavens Door|
Source: DSBD - Official Release from www.phillesh.net (CDs mastered by Wizard)
- 2005-01-05 14:00:06
- San Francisco, CA
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Warfield Theater
Subject: CD covers?
Subject: Absolute beauty on this show and 17th and 19th.
Almost the entire show is highlights. "Hurts me too" is wonderfully emotional, as is "Death Dont Have No Mercy." There's also an awesome " I know you Rider" and "Goin Down the Road". This show is just amazing, as is the 12/17/04 and 12/19/04 shows. Download now and listen for a lifetime! Love & Peace...
Subject: the song 40 days
PS DeadheadDan...That was some heavy stuff you were going through at the time. Sounds like someone was channeling through the band to you
Subject: Dark side of the moon
Subject: Quick Question
what a show. what a find. probably already had it downloaded and saved on one of the pc's.now it is saved again.
what a good batch of music. thanks for all of your free soundboards phil...
tom "iceman" mcgann
Subject: Starts slow and then kaboom...
Not sure what came over them I guess they figured this was a '3' in the making and busted out a 6 on the back end.
Subject: Holy Jeez
Subject: Phil plays for our Christmas Angel...
Thanks 'BornDead'... Indeed, You Are A Friend of Mine! Your kind words have made my day.
(Original Review) 1/6/05: I just finished listening to this show from start to finish, and man, all I can say is my morning has been full of goosebumps and tears. My sister (32 years old) passed away the night before this show. The 18th was the day of her wake. When I found out the news I was completely stunned while pacing my house and wondering what the hell to do with myself. Well, I went with a loud jam session of Omni 4/2/90 because of the sick Foolish Heart and the final version of Death Don't Have No Mercy. It helped hearing Jerry's voice tremendously.
Needless to say, I was stunned when I saw the Death Don't on this setlist because it is a rarely played tune and it was my personal anthem during that long strange trip last month. I look at this 12/18 P&F show as a cosmic and spiritual tribute to my big sis. Not only did they play a Terrapin Station, which was her favorite tune, but the Death Don't, China Doll and Knockin on Heaven's Door all resonate incredibly and ease my soul. I consider the song selections as yet another bit of that Dead synchronicity, which makes them the band beyond description. Thanks Phil!!
This show deserves five stars without the personal aesthetics though. The lineup is fresh and the band sounds crisp and clean but without having sacrificed that classic P&F "muscle" in their sound. The steel pedal on Dire Wolf and violin on Peggy-O are gorgeous touches, and it's great to have JGB's backup singers back in the fold. Never was much of Chris Robinson fan but his vocals sound strong as well.
Subject: Our family is missing one
This is what family /shows/the right thing...etc. are all about.
Phil didnt know about Her passing but in a way all at the show were connected.
That thing you cant explain when the music/bond starts.
I was at the final "Death" in ATL '90.
I am 32 years old.
I must have felt something or I would not be writing.
The entire show was played as a night to remeber a passed away loved one.
Dan wasnt the only Head hangin low on this stellar show.
IT HURTS ME TOO
all of these songs have the refrences.
I labeled Dan and our Sister on the inside of my cds.
...They love each other!!!!!!
100 star show.
Phil continues to be the shining star of the remaining GD members. The GD was about experimentation and change as well as tapping into something a little bit beyond one person, it has always been a group experience. Phil continues to try new things as well as bust out the old but not forgotten.
Rock on Phil!!
Rock on Archive!
Thanks Phil for the FREE killer sounboards.
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